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Grill Salmon ($20), BBQ Ribs ($22) 2nd visit here. Great deal & good food. The Ribs are on the heavy side for lunch, and the salmon is recommended. Try it
Bar at Business Park Food was generally good and I preferred the steak over the prawns which was slightly overcooked but still ok. Would recommend to people working in the area for lunch or dinner, otherwise travelling to Fuego would be relatively difficult without a car.
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Serving Up Affordable Steak And Drinks In Central Singapore My Boyfriend and I heard that Fuego was serving Impossible Burgers and we definitely had to try. I am a big fan of steak so I ordered their Ribeye Al Fuego ($25) and it was served with a generous portion of fries and garden salad drizzled with balsamic sauce. The steak was cooked medium rare and it was really tender! We shared a Suntory White beer ($9 Happy Hour Pint) so it made for a great pairing with the steak as it was smooth and refreshing. My boyfriend ordered the Impossible Burger ($17) and it was amazing! We did a taste comparison between both dishes to see if it really lived up to its hype. It was a tough fight but despite being able to figure out which was which, Impossible Burger tastes almost like real meat so kudos to the founders! The Calamari Fritto ($12) was fried to perfection and went well with our beer too. We loved that the platter came with both tartar and spicy sauce options. Yummy! We’d definitely visit again if we were gallery hopping at Gillman Barracks as both are within walking distance from Labrador Park MRT.
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Set Menu B Considering that Old Street Bak Kut Teh is a restaurant chain located at malls, I think that the quality of the BKT is not shabby at all. With Set Menu B (S$17.10), it’s literally an upgrade of the ribs to the Premium Pork Loin Ribs, and they come with a basket of dough fritters, a bowl of rice and a bowl of Tau Huay. The meat was not too tough for easy tearing with the teeth, and soup is definitely refillable. They also have a condiments bar where chopped chilli, garlic and other sauces are readily available on demand. One thing that I perceive as a double-edged sword is the ordering system, which is by a tablet that is affixed at each table. While it is surely convenient as a food ordering device, it’s a little bothersome to realise that it can only be accessed from one side of the table. So if you come in to look for a “table for one”, just be mindful of where to sit, and then go to the opposite side of the table to retrieve the chopsticks and spoons.
Bak Kut Teh Set ($11.10) Each set comes with rice, you tiau and beancurd. The soup is peppery which helps cut the slight heavy taste of the soup. I could ask for soup refill for many times! Most of the time, I can't finish the beancurd as I get too full at the end of the meal 😅 Definitely value for money!
~ LUNCH ~ Price: ~ $10 per pax Today is gonna be a cold wet day, time for some ba ku teh💕✨can I say, don’t be deterred by the fact that it’s a restaurant/popular franchise. It is legitly good:) The soup is slightly too peppery and oily but the taste is on point. The preserved vegetable is $4.20 but at a closer look, it is huge and contain a generous amount of pork fat and meat! The large portion ba ku teh contains like 6-8 pieces of meat - worth!🤤 They have a condiments bar and also free flow of soup!🌝✨ sometimes I really think it’s more worth the value and a higher quality of food to give these random restaurants a chance and abandon the food courts. ( Hawker centre is a eternal food santuary, no debate there😌✨) #burrple #burrplesg #foodiesg #sgfood #foodgramsg #bakutehsg #wheretoeatsg #whattoeatsg #straitstimesfood #foodinsing #singaporeeats #eatsg #sgeats #foodsg #singaporefood #foodblogsg
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